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View Resource NAHB Green Scoring Tool

Interactive tool for designers and builders to rate the efficiency standards of designs before they build. Consumers can develop ideas to discuss with their builders or remodelers. Builders or...
View Resource Cool Citizens: Everyday Solutions to Climate Change: Household Solutions Brief

This brief describes how we homeowners can lighten our impact on the earth's changing climate by reducing emissions of greenhouse gases from our households. Some of the measures save money fast...
View Resource Harnessing Corporate Power to Heal the Planet

Pioneering companies in sectors ranging from wire to plastic films and planned residential communities have already demonstrated that today's environmental challenges hold many profit-enhancing...
View Resource An Introduction to Green Building—Part 1: Resource Efficiency

"Green building" is a way of enhancing the environment. It benefits humans, the community, the environment, and a builder's bottom line. It is about tailoring a building and its site to the to local...
View Resource An Introduction to Green Building: Part 2: Environmental Sensitivity with Building Materials

Choosing "green" building materials is not a cut-and-dried process. There are many considerations ? sometimes conflicting. No project will be composed of a perfectly green set of materials and s...
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